Lee Currie created two of his side's three goals as Berwick Rangers moved up to third in the Scottish Third Division table with a comfortable win over basement club East Stirlingshire.
The visitors went ahead in the 23rd minute when Shire defender Richard Miller turned Currie's cross into the back of his own net from close range.
Berwick pushed for a second goal and it came in the 38th minute, courtesy of Scott Dalziel who nodded in from 12 yards after excellent work from Currie.
The hosts offered little going forward in the second half and Rangers put the game to bed in the 72nd minute when Kevin McDonald fired the ball high into the middle of Grant Hay's net from 20 yards out.
East Stirlingshire: Hay, Gillespie, Miller, Zufle, Maxwell, Greenhill, Stirling, Wright, Glasgow (Begg 84), Turner (Anderson 74), Quinn. Subs Not Used: Gordon, Benton, Josh Kelly.
Booked: Turner, Greenhill.
Berwick Rangers: McCallum, Jacobs, Townsley, Brydon (McLean 47), Gielty, Notman, Janczyk (McDonald 50), Lee Currie, Easton, McLaren, Dalziel (Lavery 59). Subs Not Used: McCaldon, Addison.
Goals: Miller 23 og, Dalziel 38, McDonald 72.
Ref: Don Robertson